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Tire Technician was asked...February 9, 2018

work history, reasons why I left those places, other accomplishments. If I had previous experience in the field

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I have been in the automotive field in some form or fashion all my life, I am a high car fanatic!!!! Yet, sometimes business either lose business, lose money, or unfortunately lose customer base, therefore sometimes many, such like my self have had to move on to other companies, sometimes even on to other types of work. Never the less, my first and always will be true love is the rumble of the engine, the slickness of the grease, the burnt rubber inside fenders and the look on someone's face when you nail the throttle down!!!! I have been at the bottom starting as an assistant, then moving on to being a General Service Tech. I've been a bit man changing oil, and been as high as a shop foreman with 7 guys working under me. My greatest accomplishment was starting and operating my own mobile mechanic service, but like many others, I was not, at that moment ready to handle all that was involved with owning, operating and working a small business such as mine. Thus, the reason why I am back where I started many many years ago, and where I always felt I made the greatest impact helping people on a day to day basis. To me, there is no part too small in the automotive industry, it takes all that we do to keep vehicles on the road, but to keep them on the road safely. Less

America's Tire

If a customer yelled at you, would your first thought be to hit them?

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Uhh no.

No that would be the wrong thing to do talk to them calmly and explain I’m trying to solve there problems Less

Discount Tire

Why do you want to work here?

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Good pay and flexible work schedule.

What store you at?

Belle Tire

can you handle big men doing big men things

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i said yes


Whats your prior experience working in an automotive shop?

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I worked 10 months prior at a used car dealership focused on car cosmetics not pertaining to the job description. The job description is made up in recent general automotive coursework I took for 8 weeks at a nearby community college. Less

Allan Vigil Ford

What do you think you can offer us?

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I told them to expect a timely, hard working employee.

Costco Wholesale

Why do you think you will be a good fit at Costco?

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I understand Costco has high expectation for their employees. I too have high expectations for myself. I am very self motivated, I am fast to recognize what needs to be prioritized and am very solution oriented. I am very outgoing and understand the importance of member service and feel I would meet all member service expectations. If I notice a member is getting upset, I am quick to recognize and find a solution to make sure the member leaves satisfied. I also will recognize if it is a issue that requires a supervisor, my communication skills will help the solution to help the supervisor understand the members issue. I understand what nice and neat, show time ready is and am very detail oriented to make sure any work stations are clean and show time ready. I am an excellent team player and love working with others to make any work situation enjoyable. Less

Costco Wholesale

Tell me about yourself.

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As far as my personal life, or work experience?


Do you enjoy working with others

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Yes, spending time with others on the job has its benefits

Tires Plus

Can you handle the fast pace and varied temperature in the shop throughout the year?

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Yes I have been working in auto repair for 18 plus years

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